|SNES Final Fantasy V (JPN) in 3:34:41.07 by samurai goroh - samurai goroh|
For more information, see http://tasvideos.org/942M.html Final Fantasy V is probably the least known of the Final Fantasy series on the SNES, because it was never published in the USA. This movie plays through the game in three and a half hours. We recommend reading the authorâs comments regarding this movie to understand the manipulation used.
Keywords: Nintendo; Super Nintendo; Squaresoft; Final Fantasy V; TASVideos; Tool Assisted; speedrun; samurai goroh
Downloads: 890 (1 review)
|Mario Adventure - Tool Assisted Speedrun by kyrsimys|
This is a Tool Assisted Speedrun from the website http://TASvideos.org It uses an Emulator and features like Save States and Slow Motion to overcome human limits
Downloads: 1,014 (1 review)
|Metroid (NES) - 0:22:11 - Scott Kessler - Scott 'sdkess' Kessler|
Speed run of Metroid which skips one boss, using the early Tourian trick, done approx April 15 2004. Available in normal and 60fps high quality versions. Author's comments: This is a speed run of Metroid for the NES that finishes in 22 minutes. In this run, I skipped Norfair entirely and went after the Mother Brain with barely enough missiles to do the job. This isn't a particularly well executed run, but I was fortunate at critical points which made this run worth keeping...
Keywords: Metroid; NES
Downloads: 2,609 (1 review)
|Resident Evil: Code Veronica X (GCN) [eu] - Single-segment 2:18:20 - Tom Nguyen - Tom 'sshplur' Nguyen|
Single-segment speed run of Resident Evil: Code Veronica X [eu] for GameCube completed in 2:18:20 on August 18, 2006. Was rejected for posting on Speed Demos Archive. Author's comments: I can't say I'm done with the game. I played back the tape and thought alot about whether to send this in or not because I got really lucky with monster routes, but then had a shitload of badluck elsewhere to even out what would've been a really good run...
Keywords: Resident Evil; GameCube
Downloads: 4,994 (3 reviews)
|Final Fantasy II (SNES) - 3:56 - Kevin Juang - Kevin 'Enhasa' Juang|
Speed run of Final Fantasy II in 38 segments completed on December 19 2005. Available in low quality only, video quality is poor when moving in the overworld. Timing note: Game's timer is referenced at its last visible point, then real time from then to final damage numbers appearing is added. Resulting time is rounded up to the next whole minute since the game timer could've have been :59 seconds at the last visible moment...
Keywords: Final Fantasy; Super Nintendo
Downloads: 6,788,862 (8 reviews)